Nokia wins second round in legal fight against Daimler on patent licensing fees

In a significant win for Finnish telecommunication equipment maker Nokia, a German court has ruled against Daimler over patent licensing fees with the judge saying the carmaker had not made a serious attempt to resolve the issue with Nokia. The litigation underscores a wider battle with tech companies and carmakers over royalty payments for technologies…

Google win lawsuit against consumer group over its photo sharing and storage policies

The U.S. District ruled in favor of Google since the plaintiffs did not suffer any “concrete injuries.” A U.S. judge threw out a lawsuit filed by consumers against Google on the grounds of lack of “concrete injuries.” A group of consumers had claimed that Google’s photo sharing and storage service violated their privacy. U.S. District…

Phillip Frost settles SEC stock manipulation charge for $5.52 million

Phillip Frost, 82, who according to Forbes magazine is worth $1.9 billion, was charged by the SEC, along with other defendants, of defrauding investors and made $27 million in improper gains. He has now settled the SEC charge by paying $5.52 million. Phillip Frost, Florida’s biotechnology billionaire has agreed to settle with the U.S. Securities…